An article by John Tarrant

“A koan is a little healing story, a conversation, an image, a fragment of a song. It’s something to keep you company, whatever you are doing. There’s a tradition of koan study to transform your heart and the way you move in the world. The path is about learning to love this life, the one you have. Then it’s easy to love others, which is the other thing a practice is about.”

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This article was published in the inaugural edition of Lion’s Roar, and is also available on their site. Illustrations by Toni Um for Lion’s Roar.

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